Plant quarantine import restrictions of the Dominion of Canada

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Title:
Plant quarantine import restrictions of the Dominion of Canada
Series Title:
B.E.P.Q. ;
Physical Description:
3 p. : ; 27 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
Hoyt, Avery S
United States -- Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
Publisher:
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Administration, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C
Publication Date:
Edition:
2nd rev.

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Plant quarantine -- Law and legislation -- Canada   ( lcsh )

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"November 3, 1952."
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Signed Avery S. Hoyt, Chief, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine.

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University of Florida
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Full Text

LIBRARY 2/Canada
STATE PLANT BOARD
UNITED STATES DEPARTMEiT OF AGRICULTURE
-Agricultural Research Administration
S.. Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
Washington 25, D. Co


B.E.P.Q.-514, 2nd Revision November 3, 192
Supplement No. 1

PLANT QAR&AMINE IMPORT RESTRIOTIOIS

SOF THE

DOMINION OF GANADA


The Destructive Insect and Pest Regulations, established by Order in
Councii.P,0p 2057 of April 26, 1949, as amended, have been further
amended by P.O. 3811, August 21, 1952 in accordance with provisions
cited. below. See B.,P.Q.-5l14, 2nd.JRevision, and.& amend as. follows


Ports of Entry Amended

age4. Paragraph 4 (1), add Victoria, Be C..; paragraph 4 (2),
delete Victoria, B. C., and add Edmonton, Alta.


Five-Leaved Pines Now Authorized

2. Page 5. Delete paragraph 9 (1) (b) pertaining to five-leaf pines.


Virus Diseases of Stone Fruits

3. Pages 7 and E. Delete paragraph (6) (a), (b), and (c). New pro-
visions are as- follows:

(6) (a) All hybrids and horticultural-,varieties of sweet cherry
Prunus avim (including Mazzard seedling stock), sour cherry
P. cerasus, chokecherry P. virginiana (including var. demissa),
Mahaleb cherry P. mahaleb, peach P. persica, nectarine P.
tersica var. nectarina and almond P. amygdalus, including
trees, root stock, cuttings, scions, budsticks, seeds (except
peach and nectarine) and cherry pollen, from the United States
of America, unless each shipment is accompanied by a certifi-
cate issued and signed by an authorized officer of a State or
the Federal Department of Agriculture establishing-that the
material included in the shipment originated in a nursery or
Qther source, and that the virus diseases Little Cherry (not





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Including western X little cherry), Albino Cherry, Cherry
Buckskin, and Pink Fruit, are not known to occur either in
the nursery or other source, or within ena mile thereof.

(b) All hybrids and horticultural varieties of peach Prunus
persica, nectarine P. persica var. nectarina, almond Pe
amygdalus, apricot P. armeniaca, plum P. domestic, Japanese
plum P. salicina, and Damson plum P. insltitia, including
root stock, cuttings, scions, budsticks and trees from the
United States-of America, unless each shipment is accompanied
by a certificate issued and signed by an authorized officer !
of a State or of the Federal Department of Agriculture es-
tablishing that the material included in the shipment origi-
nated in a nursery or other source, and that the virus disease
Phony Peach is not known to occur either in the nursery or
other source or within one-half of one mile thereof*

(c) All hybrids and horticultural varieties of peach Prunus
persica, nectarine P. persica var. nectarina, almond P.
amygdalus, apricot P. armeniaca, plum P. domestic, Japanese
plum P. salicina, Damson plum P. insititia, and Bessey cherry
P. besseyi, including trees, root stock, cuttings, scions,
budsticks and seeds, from the United States of America, un-
less each shipment is accompanied by a certificate issued and
signed by an authorized officer of a State or of the Federal
Department of Agriculture establishing that the material in-
cluded in the shipment originated in a nursery or other source,
and that the virus disease Peach Mosaic is not known to occur
either in the nursery or other source, or within one mile
thereof,

(d) All hybrids and horticultural varieties of peach P. persica,
nectarine P. persica var, nectarina, almond P. amygdalus,
apricot P. armeniaca, plum P. domestic, Japanese plum P.
salicina, and Damson plum P. Insititia, including root stock,
trees, cuttings, scions, budsticks and seeds, to the Province
of British Columbia from the United States of America, unless
each shipment is accompanied by a certificate issued and
signed by an authorized officer of a State or of the Federal
Department of Agriculture establishing that the virus diseases
Peach Yellows and Little Peach are not known to occur either
in the nursery or other source, or within one mile thereof.


Corn and Corn Products from the United States

4. Pages 8 and Delete paragraph (8) (a) and (b). New provisions
are as follows:

(8) (a) All cornstalks, including sorghums, broomcorn, and popcorn,
whether used for packing or other purposes, green sweet corn,
corn on the cob, shelled corn, and corn cobs, into the Provinces
of Alberta and British Columbia from the United States of
America unless




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(i) such corn and corn parts have been manufactured or pro-
cessed in such a manner as to eliminate all risk of
carriage of the European corn borer, Pyrausta nubilalis
Hbne, or

(ii) each shipment is accompanied by a certificate issued
and signed by an officer of a State or the Federal
Department of Agriculture, establishing that each such
shipment has been fumigated in a vacuum or air-tight
vault as prescribed in the following fumigation
schedules, or

(iii) each shipment of shelled corn is accompanied by a cer-
tificate issued and signed by an officer of a State or
the Federal Department of Agriculture stating that the
corn has been examined and found free from the European
corn borer, Pyrausta nubilalis Hbn., and corn cob and
corn stalk debris, or

(iv) each shipment of shelled corn is accompanied by a cer-
tificate issued and signed by an officer of a State or
the Federal Department of Agriculture stating that the
shelled corn had been passed through a screen of half-
inch mesh or less, and is believed to be free from corn
parts capable of harbouring a larva of the European
corn borer, or

(v) each shipment of such corn or corn parts is accompanied
by a certificate issued and signed by an officer of a
State or the Federal Department of Agriculture, establish..
ing that the corn or corn parts contained in the shipment
originated in a State in which the European corn borer,
Pyrausta nubilalis Hbn., is not known to occur.





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